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Really smelly trumps!

(12 Posts)
Coleminer Sun 04-Nov-12 20:58:38

TMI I know but ive had such smelly trumps for over 2 weeks and can only put it down to being pregnant! Is this common? So sorry to be vulgar but I nearly suffocated my boyfriend earlier!

freya86 Sun 04-Nov-12 21:26:50

Couldn't read and run!! I haven't had this but it made me chuckle as I can't even do that in front of my husband lol!! Wish I could but something stops me! X

chezziejo Sun 04-Nov-12 21:28:48

Lol I have but think it was the side effects of the lactulose. Jehe gives me a sound opportunity to wreak revenge on dp who has the most foul arse at the best of times grin

chipmunch Sun 04-Nov-12 21:30:00

I would suggest it is your diet.Try eating plenty of fruit and veg and lay off the beans and eggs and that.You don't want to scare off the father of the child before it's born

Gingerpanther27 Sun 04-Nov-12 21:35:13

Umm no its a delight of been pregnant I'm afraid grin I feel very sorry for my fiancée, he bought me a kebab last night cos not had one in ages and even I couldnt stand to be in the same room as my own arse!!! Nevr mind him hmm blush it's do with slower digestion as well as what you eat hence the increased heartburn as well (I'm 4+6and it's started already)

Mulberrystreet Sun 04-Nov-12 21:42:23

I agree with gingerpanther I am exactly the same! Pre being pg would never dream of letting one go in front of anyone but I don't seem to care anymore! Maybe I am just preparing myself for all the dignity I will lose in the months ahead...

Coleminer Sun 04-Nov-12 21:54:57

It's terrible, it's like someone's dropped a stink bomb! My diet is pretty good so don't think it's that. I was holding the ladder for my boyfriend whilst he was painting today and couldn't stop them sneaking out. For some reason I found it hilarious, he didn't, especially as hot air rises upwards!

Gingerpanther27 Sun 04-Nov-12 22:38:16

Pmsl at your post coleminer grin I have the same problem of finding them hilarious shock like some teenage boy in the playground except mine don't sneak out now they sneak out they sprint out blush hmm I don't find his reaction entertaining honest grin

chezziejo Sun 04-Nov-12 22:54:20

Pmsl. Only problem is DP now thinks its a bloody competition. Motto mention the dog dropped one and I got the blame, honestly if imparted with that particular one I would be off to the Gp grin

Jakeyblueblue Sun 04-Nov-12 23:49:06

I had this in the first trimester. Oh the joys grin if its any consolation it did get better!

LibrarianAli Mon 05-Nov-12 13:05:38

I have this too. I wake myself most mornings with the sheer force of my trump, and then the smell wakes up DH.

Last night I had beans on toast for tea and went up to bed early. I woke up cold and alone in the night and DH had slept in the spare room as the smell was so bad.

I think it's because I'm eating more fruit!

ItsMyLastOne Mon 05-Nov-12 13:26:45

Definitely a normal symptom of pregnancy. I have found it gets better after about 12 weeks. In my last pregnancy there was always our dog at work who I could stand near and blame, this time I was mainly at home or in a pub so not so bad. Luckily they were never noisy! blush

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